Amanda Weatherly helps Mariah Barbee picks out a Dr.Seuss book as Shamar Manns reaches to grab a book for himself during the Book Harvest event at Carrboro Elementary School in June. Book Harvest’s founder creates its success to the help she received from the Executive Service Corps.
Amanda Weatherly helps Mariah Barbee picks out a Dr.Seuss book as Shamar Manns reaches to grab a book for himself during the Book Harvest event at Carrboro Elementary School in June. Book Harvest’s founder creates its success to the help she received from the Executive Service Corps. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Amanda Weatherly helps Mariah Barbee picks out a Dr.Seuss book as Shamar Manns reaches to grab a book for himself during the Book Harvest event at Carrboro Elementary School in June. Book Harvest’s founder creates its success to the help she received from the Executive Service Corps. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

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